Registration cases, like other consular services, are strictly by appointment only. Please apply for an appointment with the Consular Section at http://consulate.abv[at]mfa.gov.hu. Please find more details on the Office Hours, Appointment Booking page.

A Konzuli Osztály közvetítő ügynökségként szolgál az alább felsorolt ​​regisztrációs esetekhez. A kérelmeket elfogadják és továbbítják az illetékes magyar hatóságoknak, ahol feldolgozásra kerülnek. Amíg a regisztráció ingyenes, bizonyos kapcsolódó eljárásokért díjat számíthatnak fel.

 

Please note that only original documents (i.e. certificates of birth, marriage etc.) issued by the Nigerian or Cameroonian authorities and authenticated by the Nigerian or Cameroonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs are accepted. Some registration procedures require that these documents be authenticated and translated by the Consular Section, in which procedures fees may apply. The documents filed are considered the base documents of the registration. The original hard copies will be sent to Hungary and archived, and they are not retrievable once submitted.

 

Please find more details about the current fees on the Consular Fees and Rates page.

 

Registration of birth:

  • filled application form (download here)
  • the original Nigerian or Cameroonian birth certificate of the child (issued by NPC or the Cameroonian authorities), authenticated by the Nigerian or Cameroonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and with diplomatic authentication and official translation, if applicable
  • the international passport of the child
  • parents’ certificate of marriage or statement of fatherhood (required if the child is born before marriage or otherwise out of wedlock)
  • if the parents’ marriage is not yet registered in Hungary but it is the basis of parentage, it needs to be registered first before the registration of birth can be conducted, see below
  • parents’ ID, international passport and residence card, if applicable
  • parents’ certificates of birth
  • both parents should be present. If only one parent is present, a notarized letter of consent is needed from the other parent that they agree with the registration, together with the specific details of the child: family and given name(s), residence (confirmed with the parents’ residence details), other nationalities of the child (e.g. Nigerian), and the same statements found in part „III/C.” of the form attached. In case of making a statement of fatherhood, the presence of both parents is mandatory.

 

Registration of marriage

  • filled application form (download here)
  • the original Nigerian or Cameroonian certificate of marriage, authenticated by the Nigerian or Cameroonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and with diplomatic authentication and official translation, if applicable
  • international passports and/or national IDs and residence cards of the parties
  • certificates of birth
  • notarized certificates of bachelorhood/spinsterhood or court decision on divorce concerning the marital status before the marriage, also with MFA authentication, diplomatic authentication and official translation, if applicable

 

Registration of death

  • certificate of death issued by the Nigerian or Cameroonian authorities
  • certificate of birth of the deceased person
  • document proving the Hungarian citizenship of the deceased person (passport with an ongoing validity or within one year after its expiration; valid Hungarian ID; certificate of Hungarian nationality issued up to three years prior; Certificate of Naturalization)
  • document proving the marital status of the deceased person (e.g. certificate of marriage, court decision on divorce etc.)
  • az elhunyt személyes magyar okmányai (személyi igazolvány, tartózkodási kártya, útlevél, vezetői engedély stb.)